Samsung Galaxy Watch7 to measure blood sugar

In addition to the Galaxy Ring and the Z Fold6 and Z Flip6, Samsung also works on the Galaxy Watch7 with blood sugar measurement.
Samsung Galaxy Watch7

Satellite communication is the next big thing when it comes to smartphones, but manufacturers are also constantly looking for new options when it comes to wearables. And may have found them in non-invasive blood glucose monitoring. A new report from South Korea suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Watch7 series will bring exactly this feature.

Common methods for measuring blood sugar levels are invasive – a small prick of the finger, a drop of blood and a test strip. The Samsung Galaxy Watch7 should now be able to do the whole thing without holes in your skin. According to the report, Hon Pak, Samsung Electronics’ vice president and head of the Koreans digital health service, met with members of Samsung Health’s advisory board at the company’s medical center in Seoul.

The topic was advances in blood glucose monitoring and its implementation in smart wearables. According to reports, the conversation also covered a variety of other topics. These included AI advances in health monitoring as well as advances in detecting cardiac arrhythmias and high blood pressure. However, the report did not contain any details about how the blood glucose monitoring system works.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch7 series is expected to launch on July 10 alongside the Galaxy Ring, Galaxy Z Fold6 and Z Flip6. The drive will be provided by the new Exynos W940 platform. The chip should run 50% more efficiently than its predecessor. In addition to 32GB of storage, there is also reportedly a larger battery on board.


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